social justice

Protecting Your Mental Health in the Time of COVID & Racial Upliftment

RACE TALKS is hosting its 105th forum and second month of virtual programming July’s program is:  “PROTECTING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH IN THE TIME OF COVID & RACIAL UPLIFTMENT”  Dr. Shea Lott, Protecting Your Mental Health in the Time of COVID & Racial Upliftment

COMING TOGETHER IN A TIME OF CRISIS

  Join us for our first virtual discussion June 2020: COMING TOGETHER IN A TIME OF CRISIS [Virtual Forum] We will discuss the current race crisis, facilitate affinity group breakouts, COMING TOGETHER IN A TIME OF CRISIS

The Census — What It Is and Isn’t

Join us for a panel discussion March 2020: The Census: What It Is and Isn’t The U.S. census dates back to 1790 and has been taken at the end of The Census — What It Is and Isn’t

Is RACETALKS new to you?

Learn more about what we do. Watch this video for an introduction to RACETALKS.    Watch past RACETALKS events as recorded on our Videos page.

The Color of Fear – Part 2

Join us for a panel discussion October 2019: the color of fear part 2 of a four part series race through eight men’s eyes Summary: The Color of Fear (Part The Color of Fear – Part 2

Teaching Children to Courageously Navigate Equity

Join us for a panel discussion August 2019: Teaching Children to Courageously Navigate Equity All children should have access to positive early learning experiences that will set them up for Teaching Children to Courageously Navigate Equity

DACA, Licenses & the Wall

Join us for a panel discussion July 2019: DACA, Licenses & the Wall With Indigenous Americans now accounting for only two percent of the total population, the U.S. is truly DACA, Licenses & the Wall

Houseless in Portlandia

Join us for a panel discussion April 2019: HOUSELESS IN PORTLANDIA Late in 2018, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development presented its annual report on homelessness to Congress. Houseless in Portlandia

ENGAGING DEMOCRACY

Join us for a panel discussion February 2019: ENGAGING DEMOCRACY The 2018 mid-term elections saw a record number of voters turn out to change the face of politics with the ENGAGING DEMOCRACY

Following in the Footsteps of the Civil Rights Movement

Join us for a panel discussion January 2019: FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Join us for a slide presentation and commentary by two local icons: Rev. Following in the Footsteps of the Civil Rights Movement